These morning greeting choices will immediately impact your classroom culture! Post these morning greeting signs on your classroom door as teacher or a student greeter warmly welcomes classmates as students choose their morning greeting when entering the room. You can also post them in any virtual
Calm Down Techniques will help you teach your students strategies to calm down when they are upset. It includes a class read aloud, calm down posters, calm down cards, yoga cards, deep breaths visual, book list, positive notes, and more! Teaching students how to manage their emotions is a life skil
KinderSocialSkills: A social skills curriculum for primary-aged students! This packet is designed for the preschool and kindergarten classroom and easily adapted to fit a guardian-led homeschool setting! If inquiring about this bundle for a homeschool setting, feel free to email me directly with any
Do your students have a growth mindset or a fixed mindset? These engaging activities are designed as a way to foster a Growth Mindset culture in your classroom with your students. ⭐JUST ADDED DIGITAL ACTIVITIES (Google slides) for distance learning! ⭐Your students will learn attributes of someone wh
Fire Drill book and routine posters! Fire drills can be scary for younger students. It’s loud and there are kids everywhere! I hope this helps make fire drills less scary and manageable for your students.At the beginning of the year, I will read this book a few times. This book tells them what to ex
Here is a fun little packet for you to help teach manners and expectations in school the first few days of school! I hope you enjoy it!
Update: Brag tags can now be used as digital stickers for distance learning! Use this resource to create tons of digital stickers or digital brag tags for your students this year! This resource now includes a step by step video tutorial on how to do this!Are you looking for something to spice up you
Problem Solving Solutions posters and techniques support your students to solve their own problems! Problem solving is a skill we need to teach just like we need to teach letters and sounds. It takes lots of practice and visual supports. Included are 16 techniques problem solving solutions (aka c
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*192 prompts to write on your whiteboard or chalkboard. Just write the prompt at the top and have your kiddos answer underneath with dry-erase markers, chalk,
Choose from 16 lyric posters, in both black&white + color, to display around your classroom.
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Inspire your students with songs they will recognize and love.
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Do you have students who have a difficult time doing anything that is a little challenging for them? Do they quit right away? Do they think they are "dumb" if they make mistakes? Do they think if something is challenging, it means they aren't smart?This interactive PowerPoint is specifically for the
Behavior management activities with sorts and visuals as well as think sheets. Visual think sheet is a simple way for students to reflect on their choices and think of better choices for the future. Includes whole group sorts for students to become more familiar with the images and student think s
End of the Year Awards are the perfect way to celebrate the unique traits of each of your students! This resource provides several options to fit your needs. ⭐️UPDATE: The certificates are now offered in 3 versions: printable, editable and digital.⭐️What's included:-75 End of the Year Award Certific
The Grocery Game is a highly engaging math activity that provides students with a hands-on way to practice counting money! To play, players take turns picking food cards to fill up their grocery bags. Every card has a price, so students must pay for each item by counting out the correct amount of mo
Hand washing posters, song, social story book, paper towel, and soap visuals help teach and cue student to wash their hands to stay healthy. At the beginning of the year, after breaks, and when students are getting sick read this book to teach and review hand washing. This social story explains why
TOP 10 BEST SELLER ON TPT * Functional and differentiated skill work that covers mathematics standards-aligned topics for grades K-3, this adapted math work binder is the perfect addition to any elementary special education classroom or homeschool curricula.Please watch the video preview for a look
Earthquake Drills, Tornado Drills, and Intruder Drills (aka Lock Down Drills) can be scary for younger students. Using routine posters as visual supports and read aloud books shows students what to expect making the safety drills less scary and more manageable for your students. At the beginning of
This set contains all of the images shown: Kids engaged in different activities and subjects. This could be useful in creating visual images of daily subjects and routines for younger children, non readers and foreign language students.The images in this set illustrate: art, assembly, bathroom, cale
This New Years 2021 Craftivity is perfect for the first week back from the holiday break and makes a great new year bulletin board! It is a New years craft and new years writing activity all in one! Ring in the New Year by having students set resolutions, reflect on their best moment in 2020, and
♥ Included are different communication notes you can use to send home. There are notes for positive and negative behaviors. These are great to keep the lines of communication open between school and home!♥ Individual behavior chart that has been proven to be very successful! ★Check out the preview
Calm Down visuals for YOUR classroom! This huge pack is filled of different supports for students with behavioral needs. All of the products can be printed, assembled and placed in a Calm Down Area or corner for students to reference or go to when feeling overwhelmed or anxious. This pairs perfect w
The materials in this package are adapted from Leah Kuyper’s wonderful book on self-regulation, The Zones of Regulation® (2011), published by Social Thinking Publishing, www.socialthinking.com and used with permission.If you are new to using Zones, I highly recommend implementing it into your classr
In Your shoes is a social skills game for speech therapy, special education, counselors, and regular education teachers. It focuses on taking the perspective of others.
Perspective taking and social problem solving are vital skills for children. This activity directly targets these skills.
Check out the preview and thumbnails!A new year (or a new school year) is a great time to turn over a new leaf, try new things, and end bad habits. Right around winter break (or at the beginning of a new school year) have a class discussion about resolutions. Brainstorm goals that are attainable and